There were 29 for lunch and desserts: Jane Uhl and Lorraine Brunick.
Golf winners: Pass the Buck – Lynn Hatle, Joan Holter, Edith Nelson. Mary Lea Hennies and Edith Nelson had birdies.
Quarters: Babe Hurowitz, Edith Nelson, Vaneta Youngworth, Lynette Spencer, Eileen Turner and June Wagner.
There was one table of Quiddler and two tables of Bridge: High – Lois Seibel.
Two tables Dominoes: Winner of first round closest to "99" – Janet Hoff. Vaneta Youngworth was the winner of the second round with September B-day – Fritz Lefler.
Winner of third round closest to �199" – Darlene Engbrecht, Fritz Lefler.
Player with most nines on scoresheet – Karine Amundson, Janet Hoff.
Low Score: Eileen Turner, Karine Amundson.
Men's League weekly report
Because of weather conditions, a one-week layoff places us to a final week for the Men's League which played all tee boxes on the back nine on Aug. 30.
The results of the American division show the best score for PIK with 15 points. First Bank & Trust and D & H Enterprises – 13 each.
Low individual score of 39 (net 33) went to Clark Lewison, who birdied #15 and #18. Brian Moehnke – 40; and Randy Uhl – 41. The team recorded six birdies.
The National division's best team score was18.5 by Bluffs Boys; Alkota Cleaning and Eagles each had 16.5.
Bill Willroth led the pack with a one over par 37. Ron Johnson also had a 37 (net 31). But Jerry Hansen netted a 30 with his score of 39. Gary Prosser carded a 40. A total of 12 birdies were recorded, with Hansen having three. Willroth and Scott Hanson had two each.
Multiple Putts 183
First Dakota 182
First Bank & Trust 171
D&H Enterprises 166
The Persian Merles 165
Missing Links 152.5
Midwest Homes 141
Bluffs Boys 201
Barry's Plumbing 194
Char Bar 164
Bogey + 153
Alcoa Cleaning 137.5
BW Insurance 98
Last night of
August 29 was the last night of competitive play for the women of W.E.L.L. Our host team, the Wedgies, comprised of Kate Geise, Darlis LaBahn, Nikki Stammers and Audrey Ticknor.
Having the low gross score for the evening was Amanda Young with a stellar 37. Playing with Amanda as a sub this night was Ann Jensen who shot a 38. With Ann's handicap of 12 her 26 net looked good for low in this category as well.
Sheila Gestring had an even lower net total, – a 25 (51-26). Three women also had birdies this night. Amanda Young had two: one on #10 and one on #18. Jenny Chandler birdied #16 as did Ann Jensen.
Three pin prizes were out for the taking. For the longest putt on #10 Amanda Young got muscle rub to ease the pain of the effort. For the closest chip on #11 Nace Huska got an expandable washcloth. And Amanda Young also got laxative for her long drive on #18.
Inside the clubhouse Mary Mock (aka Willie Nelson) received a set of quick erasers for having the messiest scorecard. Lisa Sorensen was rewarded for admitting that she had shot a score greater than her age (score was a 54) with hair dye to look younger. Sue French had the best poker hand, five 7s, and got a poker chip washcloth.
For the highest score this evening, Melanie Mahowald received Goobers. Robin Miskimins was awarded a bag of prunes for being the most uptight golfer and reporter of the season. Leigh Washburn won the Quackson.
This Wednesday was Jane's 50th birthday. A cake was served with Over the Hill candles. Sharing in her birthday celebration was Darlis LaBahn, who celebrated her birthday within the last week and Melanie Mahowald, who also had hers on Wednesday.
Following all of the celebrations and prizes, officers were elected for the upcoming year. The new officers are President: Mary Ellen Jensen; Vice-President (who works really hard): Sue French; Treasurer: Susan Oberle; Secretary: Robin Miskimins.